Lesiones causadas por contacto no reglamentario en fútbol en los Juegos Olímpicos. Epidemiología y programa de promoción del fair play / Football Injuries Caused By Non-Allowed Contact In The Olympic Games. Epidemiological Study And Fair Play Promotion Program

José ORIOL SETIÉN, M.ª Eugenia MARTÍNEZ-GORROÑO

Resumen


Las lesiones causadas por contacto no reglamentario en fútbol son el resultado visible del volumen de infracciones a la normativa, y por ende a los principios de juego limpio y del valor educativo del buen ejemplo manifestados por la Carta Olímpica. En el presente trabajo se llevó a cabo una revisión bibliográfica de los estudios epidemiológicos planteados en competiciones internacionales de fútbol. Los resultados concluyeron que en los Juegos Olímpicos el número de lesiones causadas por contacto no reglamentario no son menores que en otras competiciones. Debido al reconocimiento de esta problemática, se presenta una propuesta de promoción del fair play para árbitros y para jugadores, basada en la formación específica sobre los Principios Fundamentales del Olimpismo y la repercusión de las acciones llevadas a cabo en competición, incluyendo a su vez supuestos prácticos y debates sobre conductas deseables y normativa.

Palabras clave: Fútbol, lesiones por contacto, valores olímpicos, olimpismo.

Title: FOOTBALL INJURIES CAUSED BY NON-ALLOWED CONTACT IN THE OLYMPIC GAMES. EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY AND FAIR PLAY PROMOTION PROGRAM

Abstract:

The injuries caused by non-allowed contact in football are the visible result of the total volume of infractions to the rules, and therefore to the principles of Fair Play and the value of good example considered in the Olympic Charter. In this project, we conducted a bibliographic review of epidemiological studies concerning international football competitions, finding that non-allowed contact injuries are not less in the Olympic Games, in comparison to other international competitions. Because of this, we present a fair play promotion program proposal for referees and players, whose foundation is the specific education in the Fundamental Principles of Olympism and the repercussion of their actions in competition, also including brief discussions and practical debates about desirable behaviors and the rules.

Key words: Football, The injuries by non-allowed contact, Olympic Values, Olympism.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15366/citius2017.10.2.003

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